Summary New opportunities, education for life.

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ISBN-10 0582854156 ISBN-13 9780582854154
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This is the summary of the book "New opportunities, education for life.". The author(s) of the book is/are Michael Harris, David Mower, Anna Sikorzyńska. The ISBN of the book is 9780582854154 or 0582854156. This summary is written by students who study efficient with the Study Tool of Study Smart With Chris.

Summary - New opportunities, education for life.

  • 1 Lifestyles

  • Call three Adjectives

    Active, Boring, Busy, Creative, Dangerous, Energetic, Exciting, Interesting, Peaceful, Relaxing, Stressfull, Tiring

  • The Present simple describes: 

     

    An activity we do regularly (e.g. every day)

    A present state, a feeling or an opinion.

     

    The present Continious describes:

     

    An activity happining now, at the time of speaking.

    An activity happening for a limited period of time but not necssarily now.

  • With the present simple you use...

    The first form of a verb.

  • Give an example of the present simple

    I sit at a balcony

  • Give an example of the present continious

    I am sitting at a balcony

  • Make a correct sentence: Use the present simple: They/sitting/at/a/nut

    They sit at a nut

  • Make a correct sentence: Use the present continious: We/love/chocolate

    We are loving chocolate

  • 1.1 Warming up with key words

  • In deze module leer je:

    interviews en persoonlijke letters lezen

    praten over verschillende culturen en gewoontes

    oefenen om 'polite' beleefd te zijn

    luisteren naar verschillende accenten

    een persoonlijke brief schrijven

    en leren over reported questions en linking words

  • Waarom leer ik dit?

    Omdat ik moet weten hoe ik deze dingen uitvoer/maak. 

  • 1.3 vocabulary with multi-part verbs

  • I'm going ... home

    Back

  • de Multi-part verbs van dit hoofdstuk zijn: up with, on, back, off & up

  • Do you think you could drop me ... near the post office

    off

  • What are multi part verbs?

    Verbs with two words (Dutch examples: Uittrekken, Omwisselen, Nadenken etc.)

  • Do you think you could drop me ... near the post office?

    off

  • OK, but hurry ... I've got to pick ... my sister

    up

  • OK, but hurry ...

    up

  • i've got to pick ... my sister

    up

  • Multi part verbs in dit hoofdstuk.

    - Up with

    - On

    - Back

    - Off

    - Up

  • Hang ... a second

    on

  • catch ... me there

    up with

  • 1.4 grammar focus

  • deze paragraaf gaat over 'Reported questions' dit zijn vragen die je zijn gesteld en die je dan aan iemand anders doorverteld, door dit te kunnen doen moet je de tijd veranderen anders lukt het niet.

     

    Present Simple -> Past Simple

    Present Continuous -> Past Continuous

    Present Perfect -> Past Perfect

    Past Simple -> Past Perfect

    Past Continuous -> Past Perfect Continuous

     

    Is, are, am -> was, were

    I am, you are, it is -> I was, you was, it was

    Have, Has -> Had

    Was, Were -> Had

     

     

     

     

     

  • De reported questions. in een reported question die wodtverteld (voor de 2e keer) moet je alleen de tijd veranderen.

     

    Present  Simple -> Past Simple

    Present Continuous ->Past Contiuous

    Present Perfect -> Past Perfect

    Past Simple -> Past Perfect

    Past Continuous -> Past Perfect Continuous

     

    Is, Are, Am -> Was Were

    I am, we are, it is -> I was, We were, It was

    Have, Has -> Had

    Was, Were -> Had

     

  • Where does you exhange partner live?

    Stan asked me ...

    Where my exchange partner lived

  • Was cuba discovered by Columbus?

    She askd me ...

    If cuba was discovered by Columbus

  • Will is working at a restaurant, (so) Will isn't working in a gardening shop.

     

    Cathy enjoys working with animals, Cathy doesn't enjoy working with prisoners.

     

    Louis is going to the cinema, (so) Louis isn't going to a zoo.

  • Does she often write to you?

    Martha asked me ...

    If she often wrote to me

  • Do Canadians have a king or a queen?

    He wasn't sure ...

    If Canadians had a king or a queen

  • are you going to go in the summer?

    Tom asked ...

    where i was going to go in the summer

  • Which side of the road do you drive on in Italy?

    he doesn't know ...

    which side you drive in Italy

  • will you send me a postcard?

    Louise asked me ...

    if i would send him a postcard

  • When did France stop being a monarchy?

    He asked me ...

    when France had stoped being a monarchy

  • What time does the plane leave?

    Bernard asked me ...

    what time the plane left

  • What do the English eat for breakfast?

    She wanted to know ...

    what English ate for breakfast

  • How long is the flight?

    Mirjam asked me ...

    How long my flight was

  • When will the next American President be selected?

    we don't know ...

    when the next vs president will be selected

  • Will -> would

    Can -> Could

     

  • Is reggea African music?

    He wondered ...

    if reggea was african music

  • who are 'kiwis'and 'Aussies'?

    She wants to know ...

    who kiwis and aussies are

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Waarom leer ik dit?

Omdat ik moet weten hoe ik deze dingen uitvoer/maak. 

Waarom moet ik dit leren?

Omdat je moet weten hoe je je levensstijl kan beschrijven.

What are multi part verbs?

Verbs with two words (Dutch examples: Uittrekken, Omwisselen, Nadenken etc.)

Make a correct sentence: Use the present continious: We/love/chocolate

We are loving chocolate

Make a correct sentence: Use the present simple: They/sitting/at/a/nut

They sit at a nut

Give an example of the present continious

I am sitting at a balcony

Give an example of the present simple

I sit at a balcony

With the present simple you use...

The first form of a verb.

Call three Adjectives

Active, Boring, Busy, Creative, Dangerous, Energetic, Exciting, Interesting, Peaceful, Relaxing, Stressfull, Tiring